One of our favorite summer activities is riding the ATV ride to Knik Glacier. It is a 50 mile (round trip) journey through woods, across rivers, and up to the glacier. This was our third year and third time making the trip.
I came to Alaska for the first time when I was eight years old. My Grandpa was a pilot, he and my Grandma used to fly their Cessna 180 tail dragger to Alaska every year. The summer after third grade, my mom and I flew up in August and joined my Grandpa for the month. We traversed the state, visiting the must-see sites like Denali National Park, Kenai, Fairbanks, Lake Hood, Homer and so on. [Read more…]
This weeks post is hosted on a fellow RV’ers blog! The Snowmads are fulltime RV’ers making their first trip to Alaska this summer. They are hearing stories about driving an RV up to Alaska. We are helping them decipher myth from reality! Read our Guest Post: Myths versus Reality-Driving Your RV To Alaska on the Snowmads Blog.
Just because Alaska is a beautiful far off land, doesn’t mean the state isn’t prone to modern problems. The ultimate goal is keeping you safe on your Alaska RV vacation by increasing your awareness.
When asked our opinion, “What’s the best way to explore Alaska?” We say by motorhome! If you’re not driving your own motorhome there are no shortage of rental options in Anchorage.